1. Vintage Jam Serving Spoons
Each one a unique snowflake. How could you survive afternoon high tea without them?
2. Hand-Braided Apple Baskets
For all your frolicking-through-orchard needs.
Hand-Braided Apple Baskets, $60 (set of two).
3. Wood Egg Cups
You get a seat at the table, so why shouldn’t your eggs?
Cara Wood Egg Cup, $20.
4. 24K Gold-Plated Jigger
To make cocktails for all the royalty you entertain.
24K Gold-Plated Jigger, $34.
5. Leather Knife Wrap
Because how else are you going to transport the oyster knife to a shoreside cookout?
6. Old-Fashioned Popcorn Popper
Microwaves are so 99%.
Popcorn Popper, $35.
7. Trident Bar Spoon
Who doesn’t want to feel like a Greek god when mixing up cocktails?
Trident Bar Spoon, $12.
8. Ceramic Ice Cream Cone
The smaller the bowl, the more times you’re allowed to refill it with ice cream.
9. Pine Wood Pie Box
Maybe your pie isn’t this beautiful, but it should still travel in style.
10. Marble Rolling Pin
When you’ve got marble countertops, you need marble EVERYTHING.
Marble Rolling Pin, $90.
11. Marble Cheese Board
No, seriously, everything.
Marble Cheese Board, $32.
12. Recycled Glass Oil Dispenser
13. Individual Casserole Dishes
FACT: Everything’s cuter when it’s miniature.
Pillivuyt Eden Individual Casseroles, $52 (set of two).
15. Stoneware Cupcake Liners
Paper liners just won’t cut it anymore.
Versatile Cupcake Liners, $10 (set of six).
17. Tiny Ceramic Bowls
Having bowls that you can actually fit stuff in is SO last year.
EPA Tiny Bowl, $12.
19. Condiment Kettles
Suddenly that ketchup squeeze-bottle isn’t looking so hot.
Pillivuyt Custard/Condiment Kettle, $52 (set of four).
20. Footed Cake Platter
Every cake is a princess, and deserves to be treated as such.
21. Three-Tier Wooden Stand
Studies show that appetizers displayed at least 6 inches above the table appear 72% more delicious to guests.*
*this is made up